Women2Women - Women in the Workplace: Then & Now with Carolyn Holleran & Katie Williams 2018/19Name: Women2Women - Women in the Workplace: Then & Now with Carolyn Holleran & Katie Williams 2018/19Date: May 8, 2019Time: 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM EDTRegistration: Register NowEvent Description:Women in the Workplace: Then & NowKatie is one of the ten grandchildren of Carolyn. Katie started off her career in education, working first as a Teach for America Corps Member teaching high school math in Chicago and then as a Manager of Data Analysis for the District of Columbia Office of the State Superintendent of Education managing the collection, analysis, and reporting of state education data. Currently, Katie is responsible for Tower Health Supply Chain Management’s non-clinical contracts as well as the capital budgeting and acquisition processes. She receievd her undergraduate education also at Connecticut College with a Major in Mathematics and also received her Master of Science in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon.
Join us for a conversation with Carolyn Holleran and granddaughter Katherine Williams discussing the generational differences they see & experience in the workplace, facilitated by Julia Klein CEO and Chairwoman of CH Briggs. What’s changed, stayed the same, and where is the work still to be done to continue to advocate for women? Carolyn Holleran is a retired educator and aided in founding Berks Women in Crisis (now SafeBerks) and is a pioneer in Berks for women. Her granddaughter Katherine currently works at Tower Health Reading Hospital in Supply Chain Management and has been a member of Junior League of Reading, advancing women.
Carolyn graduated from Wyomissing High School, received her BA from Connecticut College and her MAT from Yale University. She is a retired educator, a Curriculum Specialist at Berks County Intermediate Unit, and retired as Executive Director of Pennsylvania Council on Economic Education. She was the Director of Great Valley Bank, Fulton Bank, and Fulton Financial Corporation from 1991-2009 and has served on many Boards including Alvernia University, United Way, Safe Berks, Caron Treatment Center, Connecticut College, Berks County Conservancy. She co- authored two books: The World of Work (a curriculum for junior high students) and Strategies for Teaching Entrepreneurship (a senior high school textbook). Between 1992 and 1997 she wrote MoneySmart, a student activity series for the Reading Eagle. She has received many awards over her lifetime. She is married to Jerry Holleran and has three sons, two stepsons, one stepdaughter, ten grandchildren and 5 great- grandchildren. Carolyn is proud to be a Berks County native and has lived here her entire life, except for time acquiring education.